|KEN DOTY BROWN (#47401862)|
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I AM UPDATING MY VIRTUAL CEMETERIES EFFECTIVE 09 AUG 2016. |
Cemeteries that I have many postings/relatives follow. This is a partial list.
Orchard Street Cemetery - Dover, NJ
Saint Mary's Catholic Cemetery - Wharton, NJ
Locust Hill Cemetery - Dover, NJ
Pleasant Hill Cemetery - Randolph, NJ
St Peter and Paul Orthodox Cemetery - Randolph, NJ
Evergreen Cemetery - Morristown, NJ
1st Presbyterian Rockaway - Rockaway, NJ
1st Presbyterian Succasunna - Succasunna, NJ
Greenwood Cemetery - Boonton, NJ
Rose Hill Cemetery - Cedar, Iowa
Sand Hill Cemetery - Cedar, Iowa
Oak Hill Cemetery - Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Cedar Memorial Cemetery - Cedar, Iowa
Union Cemetery - Hackettstown, NJ
Greenfield Cemetery - Nassau, NY
Flushing Cemetery - Flushing, NY
Calvary Catholic Cemetery - Queens, NY
All Faiths Cemetery - Queens, NY
Holy Rood Catholic Cemetery - Westbury, NY
Lawrence Cemetery - Lawrence, NY
Holy Rood Catholic Cemetery - Morristown, NJ
1st Presbyterian Morristown - Morristown, NJ
St John Cemetery - Queens, NY
Long Island National Cemetery - Suffolk, NY
Currently working on several trees. Born in Tampa, Florida, raised in Bayside, Queens County, New York City, New York, currently living in Northern New Jersey. Retired in 2008.On my mother's side there are Irish and German immigrants (mid 1800s) who lived and raised families in the New York City area. My grandmother on my father's side is the link that makes me a direct descendant of Edward Doty who came over on the Mayflower in 1620. There are generations of colonizers and pioneers on this side. My family on my father's side were pioneers who went from New England to Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Iowa and finally into the western states. I am trying to organize everything for future generations and to honor my ancestors who have been forgotten and struggled greatly to just to survive.
I WILL GLADLY TRANSFER MEMORIALS TO RELATIVES OF ANYONE WHO I HAVE ADDED, PROVIDING THE INDIVIDUAL IS NOT PART OF MY OWN CLOSE FAMILY. PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB ON THE MEMORIAL PAGE TO REQUEST TRANSFERS. YOU MAY ALSO USE ANY PHOTOS THAT I HAVE TAKEN FOR YOUR FAMILY TREES, ETC. PLEASE USE THE NEW "EDIT" TAB ON YOUR PROFILE PAGE TO REQUEST CHANGES, CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS ON MEMORIALS THAT I HAVE POSTED.
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A FACEBOOK GROUP HONORING IMMIGRANTS WHO CAME TO NEW ENGLAND DURING THE GREAT MIGRATION 1620-1640. I HAVE MANY PATERNAL ANCESTORS WHO FALL INTO THIS CATEGORY. COME JOIN US. https://www.facebook.com/groups/145050959187406/
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Hello! I continue my search to connect John Shields to his daughter Eliza Brown. Eliza is not named in the probate records for either of her parents. I see the migratory path which supports the connection, but no absolute evidence. My question...is the 1812 pension record of John Shields and wife Jane for this John and if so do the records reflect Eliza? I only see a card, no additional information so far.
I believe you are the expert on this family. Thank you! Denese
Added by Denese on Mar 13, 2017 12:57 PM
Thank you so much for placing the headstone on Find A Grave.
Added by Sheila on Mar 11, 2017 10:27 AM
|Lynn (Luniw) Demytruk||Ichabod Tompkins, Jonathan Tompkins and John Brookfiield|
Thank-you for the photos.
|Robin Switzer||Thanks again!|
Dear Ken Doty Brown - Aagain, I can't thank you enough for taking photos of my Alexander family's grave site. I truly appreciate your help!!
|Sharon Raven||RE: Dell Raven|
Dell is buried in Rose Hill, Mechanicsville. Memorial number is 112099901
|Fluttrbye||Hugh Strine #173651239|
Dear Ken Doty Brown,
Thank you so much for the grave marker photo of:
Hugh Strine #173651239
It's greatly appreciated!
|skellysiam||RE: William D Skellenger|
Thanks much, Ken. There is a chance his parents' names are on William D's h/s.
These youngsters are very hard to id as to family.
Usually, they didn't live long enough to generate any documentation.
|skellysiam||William C Skellenger|
I thank you for the great effort you put into searching for young William D's h/s.
I thought it would be a long-shot to find since I couldn't find any other Skellenger's buried in that area of NJ.
I guess young William D. will remain unattached to his family for the time being; at least until additional info turns up.
s, Mike Skelenger
|Norman Dodge||Find A Grave # 173480333|
Thank you Ken for the nice photo of Anna Dodge and he Husband. This is very much appreciated.
|Robin Switzer||Thank you!|
Dear Ken Doty Brown: I can't thank you enough for photographing my family's grave. I have been looking for graves of the Alexander branch of my family tree for a very long time. I currently live in Texas and I'm not sure when/if I will make it to New Jersey to visit their grave in person, so I truly appreciate your help!
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